“I’m glad to be here. As I told them, any way I can help.”

For some reason, Butch Jones thought it would be a good idea for Phil Fulmer to drop in and give a little pep talk to the team.  Aside from making sure everyone in the room knew that he had nothing to do with Tennessee’s present troubles, it’s hard for me to guess what helpful suggestions he might have passed along.  Any of y’all have an idea?

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24 responses to ““I’m glad to be here. As I told them, any way I can help.”

  1. Lorenzo Dawgriguez

    The team was happy to see him since he brought a truckload of Krispy Kremes.

  2. Brandon

    I swear it seems like Tennessee in general operates on random message board ideas. The lunatics run the asylum up there.

  3. TennesseeDawg

    “Lemme tell you what boys, if I was still the coach here, we wouldn’t have went up there to Oregon and had ours asses handed to us by a bunch of tree hugging hippies. I can tell you that right now.”

  4. Butch was waaay down on the list and we can see why. Hiring Jancek as DC was a are sure sign of not understanding what a tar baby the UT job is. He reminds me of one of those cheezit commercials, just check the box that reads ‘Not Ready.’

  5. Skeptic Dawg

    Butch Please! Butch Jones is gonna whip your ass!

  6. What fresh hell is this?

    Next weeks speaker: Derek Dooley on shower hygiene

  7. Normaltown Mike

    He should instruct all of the coaches to bring their kids to all public events to make it less likely that the press asks uncomfortable questions. Sure, the sideline will get crowded, but it’ll be worth it the next time the QB is scoring a Blutarsky QBR.